Diseases

Allergies: sources and notes

- Vandezande LM et al. "Treatise on gastroenterology". Science-Medicine, Flammarion, 2000.

- Recommendations of the Society of Pneumology of French Language on "Asthma and allergy" - Conferences of experts,

- Respiratory disease review - References, October 2007, Elsevier-Masson, no. 8, vol. 24, notebook 3.

Bousquet J., et al. European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) "Allergic Rhinitis and its Impact on Asthma (ARIA)". Allergy, 2003 Mar; 58 (3): 192-7.

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